Authors
Nada Matta, Guillaume Ducellier, Hassan Atifi,
Title
Learning from Design projects: How to keep track and learn from knowledge produced in daily activity
In
CEUR Workshop Proceedings
Volume
1780
Pages
27–28
Year
2016
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Abstract
A lot of questions are still discussed: what is knowledge? How knowledge is built? How is it represented in mind? How can it be kept? How can it be learned? Platon, for instance, define the thought as the intellectual model of objects. Heraclite went towards the definition of the logos as a triangle in which distinguished thought, from expression, from reality. Currently these representations are more and more used to enhance learning from expertise and past experience. Based on this theory, knowledge engineering approaches provide techniques that help to represent expertise as references at semantic level and enhance learning from these references. We study how to capture and represent knowledge produced in design daily activities. So we develop techniques, firstly to capture information produced in design projects and secondly to classify traces in order to develop semantic concepts and enhance learning in an organization. The application of this approach in two examples is presented in this paper. © 2016, CEUR-WS. All rights reserved.
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